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The Wilton Method®: Baking Basics
The Wilton Method®: Baking Basics
Beth Somers
Bake the perfect cake — every time! Learn the skills to make a classic yellow cake with rich chocolate filling and scrumptious buttercream icing.
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Give your cakes delicious flavor and creative flair with piped buttercream! Learn more than 30 classic buttercream techniques using 5 different decorating tips.
Beth Somers
Beth Somers
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Learn the secrets to making everyone's favorite cakes more delicious than ever before! Wilton's Beth Somers shows you how.
Beth Somers
Beth Somers
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Get rolling and learn to cover round, square and heart-shaped cakes in smooth fondant. Plus, create sweet fondant flowers, ribbons, bows, molded accents and more!
Beth Somers
Beth Somers

Join the discussion! While your instructor may choose to chime in, this space is intended as a maker-to-maker forum.

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